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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 8 April 1910

LOCAL BREVITIES And Items of General In terest to the Public Experience is a great teacher, o D. N. Byerlee is spending sev eral days tuts weeic in uoou Kiver. o When you arc old and cannot see, and have no spec's, just think of me. St. Johns rnannacy Agents for Diamond Dollar Bye glasses. o We were unable to secure n cut of Treasurer-elect W. Scott Kel logg in time for this issue, but will endeavor to have it ready for next week's issue. Dr. J. Vinton Scott has nn inter esting article on "Care of the Chil dren'a Teeth" on the last page of this issue. Read it. It will be well worth your while. Standard shirts and Helmet Col lars in great variety may be found at Noycs Babbitt's. If you want anything in this line, call while the assortment is large auu complete. S. W. Rogers has our thanks for the finest bunch of patisles that we have come in contact with for many moons. Each one was fully developed and wondrously bcauti- tiful. To users of Hobsou's Eczema Ointment. We have received m...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 15 April 1910

Mitotic! Sneltfy REVIEW 1 IT'S NOW UP TO YOU To Mbtcrtw for THM Paper. AH Mm imwi whB M k mwi U oar oKo. Call la aad eorotl GET IN THE HABIT Of aewrtblag Id THIS Paear and yoa'M omt rtftrtt M. Be la at oace aa4 ketp rlejbt at M Devoted (o the latereeU of the Peatatela, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwett VOL. 6 t ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 15. ioo. NO. 23 ST JOHNS i FURTHER DELAY DANGEROUS Imperative That Council Gets Busy on Sewer Since the new council lias been . . . f organized aim is now rcauy ior business, the matter of the greatest and most vital importance confront ing it is the sewer proposition. This is something that cannot be evaded or side-tracked, and the sooner the wheels are set in motion and then kept going briskly the better the people of St. Johns will be pleased. The fuct of the matter is that the sewer system has been delayed entirely too long. Every thing should have been in readiness for letting the contnict not Inter than the first of next month, b...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 15 April 1910

CURRENT EVENTS OF THE WEEK Doings of the World at Large Told in Brief. Oenoral Resumo of Important Events Pretontod In Condensed Form for Our Busy Readers. Roosevelt and Plnchdt spent nn en tiro day together nt Porto Mnurizio, Italy. rv.tr.mrln rnttlpmen threaten war if Utah sheepmen invado their grazing grounds. Governor Hughes, of New York, culls for nn Immcdlnto Investigation Into corrupt legislative practices. A Snnitln man. as n memorial to his dead son, has given $100,000 in land and cosh to establish n sanitarium to tight tuberculosis. Tho Supremo court of tho United Slates has ordered n rehearing of the cases against the Standard Oil and Tobacco trusta, on account of tho death of Chief Justtco Brewer. Tt la nlnnnoi! n hnVO tho faCC and flguro of the lato Thomoa P. Walsh, tho Colorado "sliver King, carvcu n wit .ifii nn thn fnco of an immenso cllft which overlooks tho famous Camp- bird mino at Ouray, mo mine ium mo foundation of tho Walsh fortune. A Moat Vnrlf mm RUtbbcd hlS ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 15 April 1910

ROOSEVELT MELTS FACTION LINES Citizens of Italian Town Wild With Enthusiasm. Go Breaks (ihaln of Flowors and Open Street Named After Him Car riage Smothered In Flowers. Porto Mnurlzlo, April 12. Ex-Prcs-ident Roosevelt this afternoon opened tho new boulevard which has been named after htm and accepted honorary citizenship of the ancient and histori cal city of Porto Mnurlzlo, amid a pop ular enthusiasm such as that which narked his arrival last night Ac cording to those who had long memo ries, never before have local, political, religious and all other differences been -40 completely obliterated as upon this occasion. Tho carriago containing Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt and the mayor was pelted with nosegays tied with ribbons bearing the words, "Long live Roose velt," until it was overflowing with flowers. When they reached tho foot ot the terraced hill opposiU Hie port, whero the cheering rent tho air, the ex-preei-dent and his wife woro smiling and looked happy. A stono bearing the name...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 15 April 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Publlaaa Bt7 Friday At 117 Weet BarHaitoB Street $300 per month .THAT RAINY 1W BY A. W. MARKLB MIGHT Th RKVIKW It entered at post office i cj.tt Tnlmo. nKron. aa mall matter for - a A 6f the eecond claw under the Act of Con- .WILL grew of March 3, 1879. , Income on a $25,000 Investment. Job Prlotlar (Meatod In flrtt-cUtt eiyl Willi lor 1'rinimg co wm All MamnnleitloM ahoald b ddrtM4 to FIND YOU All dTtrtlilDf bllli pTtU Int of Mth 1THOUT A mouia, 0eUI lmmt ef the 91 ef M. Jeaae, . . II H 2 1 d . v 1 3my . VlHRA 1AI IN Bubaerlptien price $1.60 par year. FRIDAY, APRIL ts, 1910 1Mii new llnpun of the citv coun cil is a splendid one, and they should make n record to be prouu of. The opportunity for doing irnttl things this vcar is abundant. nfl llirri 1 everv reason to hone that nothing will be left undone that should be done. The census enumerators arc about ready to quiz the people in nn nrlr.ivnr to learn their ncdlercc. Some of the questions are of no value to t...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 15 April 1910

A -4? iV, . ' f a. . t" " !! Wc Can Suit Your Taste and your purse in Fancy Dressers and Chiffoniers leautiful Quartered Oak or Birds Eye Maple Dressers (Exactly like cut) Seven drawers including se cret and lined jewel drawrs. Our Regular Low Expense Price only ? 22.00 $5 down, ?5 monthly Chlffonniers to Match We Carry The Direct Action Gas Ranges, . The best range on the mar 'ket for service and economy of gas. Three Store St. Johns Portland, Ore. and X Vnncouvcr,Wn. Opposite Post Office JLEkt Low ' Prices Ky Terms Honest Dealings TANTALUM UK I New Electric Lamp MORE ECONOMICAL than any carbon filament lamp. ,0 ',. CHEAPER and MORE STURDY than tha - TUNGSTEN: Can ba uaad in KEY SOCKET. Portland Railway Light and Power Go. 147-7th Street GARDEN IMPLEMENTS Are what you need about now. Get them here and have them right. WHEELBARROWS and SHOVELS and everything else that is necessary for garden ing, we have a new and, complete stock of. As sortraeut is ample and prices are low. mm ST. ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 15 April 1910

"i w jpinions CHINA SHOWINQ HEB 1IK military awakening In China Is already having Its effect lu a stiffening ol tha Clilneso national vortobrne. China Iioh In the mllrond matter n disposition to dofy both Japnn and Russia, and Russian diplo mats nro expressing more concern for fu turc possibilities of war with China than T wllli Japan. One of the IntcBt and most significant in dications of this nwakcnlng Is tho recent Invasion of Thibet by a fully equipped modern army of 25,000 men, cut by tho Chinese government to assort tha absolute sovereignty of China over the land ruled by tho Lamas. Tho army has tnken possession of Lhassa, and tho Dalai trfima has fled to India for refuge, and has been given an official residence by tho British, whoro ho Is being treated with great outward respect as tho head of the Uuddhlst religion, Only a few years ago, had China mado such a move, following such an expedition as tho Urltlsh sent Into Thibet, who would havo been quickly called to account, bu...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 15 April 1910

"Waki Up, Famirs!" nri Smith. "JtUt IM the hlali price I'll Bar you." ISc per lb. for Potk. ise per lb. tor Livo Hens. tlo to 20c per 13. lor Dressed Han, le to 12c on- ib. lor Dressed VaaL no. par -oxen, aavic Smith pave tha atroe prices forsooH. fat pro Mi m. II don not chirrs eommlaalon. Address all shipment to tha ' PRANK U SMITH MEAT CO. "Flrhtln tha Baa! Trust" PORTLAND, OREGON Xorr and Tnea In Hoitsa. It la doubtful If the nntrlota vnr dreamed that tha itaeplo on their meeting- houso would ever be used to am in announcing the return of a red hot municipal election. Boston Ile Why. "Popr "Yes. my son." "Why Is It that a rooster makes mora nolao crowing than a hen does cackling, and he don't evon lay a cor er-stonoT Yonkers Statesman. New nnd second-hand Bafts and Vault Doors. Cheap for cash or ray terms. Call or write for cnta and prices. Portland Sato Co. Aaenta Herruur-Hall-Marvln ajg ca. 7 rifth St Tklrat (or Novell lea. The curse vof modern Ufa tha thirst for the new, the ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 15 April 1910

About Di . Tha dictionary says the word mns "literally, absence ofjase.". Etieryone who, ever rode a bicycle, anr Automobile or a street car, knows well the difference between . a utnooth running machine and friction. When there .is friction, sonething is not rjght. ,In the body we .call it disease, and it is usually accompanied with conges tion or iniammatlos. Ari increased blood supply in any part, ir.hcninatural,'ia a. source of treat weasiosr. It aids digestion after meals, prepares the body for its various normal functions, and supplies Ithe brain with thinking rower when in special efforts. It heals our wounds, and, rightly di rected, wards off or cures disease. But, like fire, water and electricity inestimable blessings in their proper spheres, but terrible when let loose inflammation is often a destructive foe. It is represented in the simple "cold in the head," and in the various forms of catarrh which afflict every organ of the . body. A sudden attack we call acute disease...

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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 22 April 1910

REVIEW MM IT'S NOW UP TO YOU To mWrtttt for THIS Paptr. All ttw M whit K U MWt U ovr moIIo. CM la uU MroH GET IN THE HABIT Q 01 draUtht la. THIS Ptr tad jftm'U ontttgnttL ,BV I la at esc aaa Imp rfcht at H Devoted to (Im Inferarti ef the Penfin K the Manufactoring Ceatcr of the Northwert VOL. 6 P ST. JOHNS, OREG FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1910. NO. 24 , . fit ST JOHN THE TELEPHONE EXTORTION Prices Charged Here Are Something Fierce To our mind one of the greatest grafts St. Johns has to contend with is the telephone graft. It seems )hat the price for the use of phones is constantly increasing, and there is no telling wucre 111c raic will finally lead to. Before the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co. secured a franchise from the city council we were able to secure the use of a piioue lor business purposes at the rate of three Hol lars per month, but from n recent letter received from the Histrict manager, eight dollars per mouth is the best price wo can now obtain. The first price of thiee do...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 22 April 1910

CURRENT EVENTS OF THE WEEK THREE MASKED MEN ROB CALIFORNIA TRAIN. INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AND PROGRESS OF OUR HOME STATE n j tit ij x i land train No. l, , between this piaco Doings of the World at Large ana Goodyear,; at 12:30 o'clock this Bcnicia, Cal., April 18. After loot ing the mall and baggago cars of over land train No. 1, ' between this placo Told in Brief. Ueneral Resume of Important Events Presented In Condensed Form for Our Busy Readers. An earth fllldo burled a work train and 25 men near St. Alphonso, Quebec, and nearly all wcro killed. W. J. Brynn has returned to Now York from South America, where ho has. been studying sociological condi tions. Tho condition of Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain) is sllghly Improved, but still serious. Heart trouulo Ib tho cause. A stenographer who wrote letters for Roosevelt In Naples says ho expects to bo tho next president of tho United States. Tho books of tho United States Stcol corporation wcro thrown open to tho public and show that tho ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 22 April 1910

COAST STEAMER CALLS FOR HELP Santa Clara Helpless With 61 Persons on Board. Strikes Bar When Leaving Euroka, California tor San Francisco, and Wator Puts Out Fires. Eureka, April 13. Looking badly and with tho Arcs under boilers appar ently extinguished by tho Inrush of wator, but not until sho had sont wire less messages for assistance, tho steam or Santa Clara, of the North Paella lino, bound from Portland to San Fran cIsco with .01 pasacngors and a crow of i!5, is lying holploss a mllo off Tablo Bluff, about four miles south of Hum boldt bar. Tho boat Is on hor 13th round trip botweon tho two points. Tho tug Rangor, sont in response to tho wireless call, is standing closo by tonight and has a lino to tho crippled atoamor. A tremendous oa was running and whon .last scon tho small boats which lind loft tho Santa Clara, had not boen ablo to got alongaldo tho Hanger. Tho Euroka llfeaaving crow attempt d to go to tho aid of tho steamer, but was unablo to eroas tho bar. Another attompt...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 22 April 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW At 117 Weat Barlfcaftoa Street BY A. W. MARKLB Thk Rkvikw is entered at Dost office in Saint Johns, 0agon, as mail matter of the second class ander the Act of Con gress of March it 1879. Jab Prlntlnc mnUd In Srst-etsss siyls. ntlta TaU TtMl mmh nn ilAllviirv. Alt MBiBsntestlOM should bf addrssitd to Tbs Bsrtrv, Ht Johnt. Ortfon. AdTtrtltlac rsus. 11.00 psr Inch vt moath. All adTirtlilog bills prU " ot month. OfieUI Vsvsissm t tks OHy st M. Jsaaa, Subscription prlee $1.60 par year. FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1916 Councilman Downey's proposl- tiou. made Tuesday night at conn cil meeting, to improve Bradford street from Fcsscndcn to Richmond by planking same the full width is certainly a very good one, and should meet with no opposition by the property owners adjacent there to. It is imperative that a decent roadway be constructed alone this badlv congested thoroughfare. In its present state it is almost impos siblc to use the street with a team of horses, whereas if it was...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 22 April 1910

We Can Suit Your Taste and your purse in Fancy Dressers and Chiffoniers letutiful Quartered Oak or Urds Eye Maple Dressers (Exdctly like cut) Seven drawers Including se cret and lined jewel drawrs. Our Regular Low Expense Price silly - $22.00 $5- down, $5 monthly Chirfenniers to Natch We Carry The Direct Action Gas Ranges, 'The best range on the mar ket for service and economy of gas. Three Store St. John Portland, Ore. Vnnpouvpr. Wn. 2. . Opposite Post Office Low 1'rlcci Rny Terms IIOtlCAt Dealings Local News. How about your Mason, the mason. o cement work? T. McKee is erecting a fine little dwelling on Gresham street, o W. H. Guiles is dangerously il at his home in this city with dropsy. o Many of our base ball enthusiasts took in the opening game at Port land Tuesday. P A..W. Sarvcr is constructing a Itooo residence nu Armour street in Cast St. Johns. TANTALUM t)f , New Electric Lamp MORE ECONOMICAL than any carbon filament lamp. CHEAPER and TUNGSTEN. v. . - i Can be uaad . KEY S...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 22 April 1910

Opinions of i A AS TO THE KIND OF A PREACHER by the namo of Coburn, hold forth in a Presbyterian church In Pitts burg, seoms to bo fathering a dangerous doctrine when ho snys that "nny kind of n wife for a young man Is better than nono.1' ThoUBhtful peoplo would think iwlM imfnrn nubucrlblni to It. Any kind or a wife Is no kind of a wife If nho is not a proper help-meet. It is tho hnhto with which a groat many young men go about getting "any kind or a wife" that lends so many of them Into tho divorce court. Still tho worthy man of cloth was not very far wrong on some other things ho snld of matrimony. Here Is n partial report of his reply to the excuso of a young man that he could not afford to marry: No, you cannot afford a wife, but you can go to tho theater and club. You am too soltlsh to make any woman happy, and no BOod woman cun afford to hi botrothed to you. Tho bacholors ura not saving money, but a good wife pays hor own way and they are tho best banks and the best police fo...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 22 April 1910

1 SMITH Paya 13c, for dreeeed Pork and the beat dreed Veal, rrwh Earn and all other pro due ' II pare Isc per pound for lira Chicken . iiotminiiHwn cnirra on anyuiine?, Ad All ahlnment WANK L. SMITH MEAT CO. TJehtln; ths Bttf Truat" rOKTLAND, OREGON Tfcjrat (or Kbot led.. "Father," laid the small boy with the thoughtful, Intellectual face, "how do rou differentiate between an ambassa dor and a minister?" "Differentiate!" Rasped tho father, truck all of a heap, but recovering himself, "we pay the ambassador about 16,600 more salary, my eon, that we do Uie tnlnlaton" A Bad Sort. "I wonder why the De nitches al lowed their daughter to marry tuat broken-down foreign count." "You "know, they are Juat craxy after bargains, and the count was slightly damaged and very much reduced." Baltimore American. IUU CUmi a MockrJ Sue, with NrwTtlmmlnii )l Pan. araaeil Lfcllti linwlliii re. aoitUi. Be (win- milli ttmr ,eeSSSSsW SI Ml Ml l . . 3 1 6.1 7 Aide at reruaad. Oniu. PIPE REPAIRING WiHnmtMmtm....

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 22 April 1910

.6S" wweeyw ' !--!. . II I IP SOCIALIST COLUMN fc SD cO eSD r0 - fO eO 3 1 leASetl tills COl umn for an indefinite prlod in order to runner prosecute rucir lytcum ...111 at tin time tie resnoll .11.1. f.' .1it miviri liprn nS 1oit 09 it it in their control. Any other pnity or ... t - . . 14 .l.n sect Hint ucsircs since Jimy nvc "- a we have more for Mle.Kd.) We Are Short on Phrasei. To set at rest nil wild claims find dire predictions for the present and the future, from our friends the itn possibilists ou one hntid, and our enemies the capitalists on the other, we hereby declare again that the Mihvnukce Social Democratic move ment which won out a week ago, is revolutionary, class-conscious, uncompromising, clear-cut and Marxian in the best tense of the word. , , However, as the Chicago Social ist very pertinently said, we "are strong on facts and short on phras es in Milwaukee." Aud as we un derstand Marxism and the "revolu tion," it means a revolution of men's minds, an endless sc...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 29 April 1910

ft r- JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO VOU To MkwrIM tar THW faasr. 0 AlUMMMWMtMlllMMl i, GET IN THE HABIT Of 4trtUat In TttU Paper sad y 'H arm regret H. Be tla t eace aa4 keep rlaM et M r MM. CM M M men V.I "I i " in fit' MM Derated to Mm faceresta of the Peoliittta, the MaaaMctarlag Ceater of the Northwest P ST. JOHNS, OREGON,. FRIDAY, APRIL 39. 1910. iVl i. ..I' NO. 25 A Splendid Tract Not Understood Germs and Flies Still In Abeyance Ate Poisonous Mushroom Has a Short Session Artisans Banquet 1 One of the finest tracts of land ever platted out in St. Johns will be placed on the market within the xt few dayd. It is what is known as the old Smith place, and is located at the foot of Oswego street on the county road, and parallels the street car line its entire length, from which it is only two blocksi The 1910 Real Estate Co. has secured this tract of 22 acres, and will at once convert it into lots and place theurupon the market. The price per lot will run from $350 up ward, all lots b...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 29 April 1910

CURRENT EVENTS OF THE WEEK Doings of the World at Large Told in Brief. General Resume of Important Eventi Presented In Condensed Form for Our Busy Readers. A' Now York girl committed sulcldo on the bench at Naples, Italy. Thirty-six hundred miners of Phocn Ix and Greenwood, B. C, nro on strike. $100,000 subscribed for a Lincoln monument funnd 40 years ago is lost and cannot bo located. Governor Hughes of New York, has been appointed associate justico of tho United States Supromo court. A scaling steamer with 187 men on board Is believed to hnvo gonodown off tho Now Foundland fishing banks. Zeppelin II, ono of Count Zeppelin's best airships was torn from Its morlngs by a fierce storm and totally wrecked. Tho bean crop In Mississippi has been totally ruined by tho freezing weather. Ice half an inch thick was formed, Tho loss of tho cotton crop In the South from frost will total millions, and is the worst calamity that section tiaa known since the Civil war. RESIST RICE EXPORTATION. Cr...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 29 April 1910

ATLANTIC LINER GOES ON ROCKS Natives on Coast Have Lively Time Picking Up Cargo. Thousnnda of Tons of Valuable Goods Jettisoned In Effort to Save , Ship from Going to Placet Huithtown, Scllly Islands, April 21. Inhabitant of tho Rocky Scllly Is lands wcro famous wreckers of primi tive times, but they will forever re member this as the greatest day In their history. Tho Atlantic transport liner Minne haha, wrecked Monday, disgorged part of her 17,000 tons of valuable cargo, costing it upon the waters all day long, to be gathered up by those who cared to take tho trouble. Farming and fishing were aban doned, and even school waa dismissed, whllo most of the population of the nearby island, men, women and chil dren, devoted themselves to obtaining treasures from the waves. Tho salvagers decided to try to ret--cue the Minnehaha by cutting her in half, in the tame way the Chicago "White Star ateamahlp Suevlc, Which -went ashore near t) Lisard in Match, 1907, waa lived. Every effort to lig...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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